Message from discussion Last Resort 11/15 (Spoiler)
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Subject: Re: Last Resort 11/15 (Spoiler)
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Date: Fri, 16 Nov 2012 12:44:29 -0700
In article <k85eqr$m4...@dont-email.me>, "Obveeus" <Obve...@aol.com>
> "cloud dreamer" <red...@reuse.andrecycle.com> wrote:
> > On 16/11/2012 6:53 AM, Charles H. Sampson wrote:
> >> O. k., is fraternization (between officers and men) allowed on
> >> submarines now? I'm not referring to the supposedly hot sex scene. I
> >> mean when the female lieutenant went on the beach-and-beer party with a
> >> bunch of the enlisted girls.
> >> While I'm asking questions, are the writers even trying now? This
> >> show is approaching the end for me.
> > That beach scene was between the girl and the Seal. Technically, he's not
> > a member of the crew. He was only getting a ride.
> > And officers having a beer with the "men" is not unheard of in the field.
> > And it all comes down to "what the CO doesn't know, won't hurt him."
> > If you think this kind of thing doesn't go on with troops in the field, I
> > have a surprise for you.
> So, did anyone pick up a vibe that the Captain and the CIA mole have had
> some sort of physical relationship in the past? I'm guessing that that was
> how she got this sub assignment in the first place.
"Every time a Kardashian gets a TV show, an angel dies."